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Bharat Bandh updates: No talks between govt & farmers on Wednesday

By Anuj Cariappa
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New Delhi, Dec 08: The sixth round of talks between farmer leaders and the government scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled. The government will instead send a proposal for the consideration of farmers and the unions will hold a meeting to discuss the same.

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11:13 PM, 8 Dec
No meeting will be held between farmers & govt tomorrow. The minister has said that a proposal will be given to the farmer leaders tomorrow. Farmer leaders will hold a meeting over govt's proposal: Hannan Mollah
11:11 PM, 8 Dec
The Government is not ready to take back the farm laws: Hannan Mollah, General Secretary, All India Kisan Sabha
10:21 PM, 8 Dec
The meeting came on a day a 'Bharat Bandh' observed by farmers to press their demand affected life in some states.
10:21 PM, 8 Dec
Some farmer leaders said they first expected the meeting would take place at Shah's residence here, but the venue was shifted to National Agricultural Science Complex, Pusa.
10:21 PM, 8 Dec
13 farmer leaders were called for the meeting, which began after 8 pm. The farmer leaders included eight from Punjab and five from various nationwide organisations.
10:17 PM, 8 Dec
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar arrives at ICAR where farmer leaders are meeting Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss contentious farm laws.
10:04 PM, 8 Dec
Farmers' union leader Ruldu Singh Mansa and Bodh Singh Mansa have joined meeting taking place with the Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
9:33 PM, 8 Dec
Farmers' meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah over controversial farm laws begins in New Delhi.
9:10 PM, 8 Dec
We are talking to our people on where the meeting is to be held: Rakesh Tikait, Spokesperson, Bhartiya Kisan Union on being asked about the meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah
9:08 PM, 8 Dec
We are talking to our people on where the meeting is to be held: Rakesh Tikait, Spokesperson, Bhartiya Kisan Union on being asked about the meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah
9:03 PM, 8 Dec
We are talking to our people on where the meeting is to be held: Rakesh Tikait, Spokesperson, Bhartiya Kisan Union on being asked about the meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah
7:37 PM, 8 Dec
Police uses water cannons to stop farmers during their protest against the Center's new farm laws, in Chandigarh.
7:31 PM, 8 Dec
He also cautioned the farmers against elements that could try to take advantage of their agitation and spoil the peaceful atmosphere of the state.
7:31 PM, 8 Dec
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh congratulated the farmers for ensuring peace during the Bharat Bandh today.
6:37 PM, 8 Dec
I had planned that today I would go to the border not as CM but as a common man to express my solidarity with the farmers. I think they came to know about my plan and they did not let me go: Kejriwal
6:20 PM, 8 Dec
Today's Bharat bandh was a success. I thank all our farmers and the people of Delhi for the success of this bandh in our state: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal
6:14 PM, 8 Dec
While lawyers at Karkardooma district courts held a protest march raising slogans to take back the laws, lawyers at Tis Hazari district courts held a meeting in solidarity with the farmers and put forward certain demands on their behalf.
6:14 PM, 8 Dec
Lawyers held peaceful protests at various district court complexes in the national capital on Tuesday in support of farmers' agitation against the new farm laws.
6:00 PM, 8 Dec
Punjabi singer Jass Bajwa joins farmers' protest against Centre's farm laws, at Ghazipur border (Delhi-UP border) He says, "The Government should agree to the demands of the farmers."
6:00 PM, 8 Dec
The Bharat bandh called by farmer unions demanding the repeal of three Central farm laws had no impact on normal life in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
5:44 PM, 8 Dec
Farmers will demand just a "yes or no" to their demands when they meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah, their leaders said on Tuesday while claiming their ''Bharat Bandh'' against the new farm laws is "successful" and had impact in 25 states.
5:34 PM, 8 Dec
Offices, banks, markets, shops and educational institutes remained open while public transport too was not affected though opposition parties supported the shut-down.
5:33 PM, 8 Dec
The `Bharat Bandh' against the farm laws called by farmers' organizations did not evoke any visible response in Goa on Tuesday.
5:33 PM, 8 Dec
NCP leader Jayant Patil came out in support of farmers who observed a Bharat Bandh, wore black ribbon to express solidarity with the agitating farmers.
5:29 PM, 8 Dec
Social media was abuzz on Tuesday with messages of solidarity with the agitating farmers on ''Bharat Bandh'' day as netizens made ploughs, tractors, crops and ''Kisan'' trend on Twitter in support of the protesters'' demands.
5:14 PM, 8 Dec
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Tuesday admitted that he had called for reforms in the APMC Act but denied he ever favoured scrapping of the law.
5:08 PM, 8 Dec
We do not want to cause any inconvenience to anyone from Delhi or Haryana, we should be allowed to hold protest at Ramlila Ground: RS Mansa, Punjab Kisan Union at Singhu (Haryana-Delhi border)
5:08 PM, 8 Dec
Tikri, Jharoda, Dhansa Borders are closed for any traffic movement. Jhatikara Borders is open only for two wheelers and pedestrian movement.
5:07 PM, 8 Dec
Delhi Traffic Update: Available Open Borders to Haryana are following Borders (Daurala, Kapashera, Badusarai, Rajokri NH 8, Bijwasan/Bajghera, Palam Vihar and Dundahera Borders): DCP Traffic Western Range
5:04 PM, 8 Dec
There was not much impact on normal life as the supporters of the bandh mostly confined their protests to bus stations and highways where traffic blockades were held.
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